I'm going to Spain on monday (3 hours flight). And, for the first time in many years, I haven't had any nightmares about my upcoming flight:) So far so good! (Thanks to this site and captain Keith's cd). But then yesterday, my cousin tells me about her flight, and that she felt a big drop:/ I know the thing about airpockets, which dosen't exists. But what is a drop then? And is it dangerous? I know it's a stupid question, but I just have to know, so that I can get those stupid thoughts out of my head - I Think you know how it is;) :) Dorthe

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Comment by Dorthe on June 29, 2014 at 6:47am
Thank you Keith!!
Comment by Captain Keith on June 29, 2014 at 2:19am

Hi Dorthe

No it's not a stupid question. Explaining what and how your cousin felt a drop is not worth going into  here. 

Trust me that one person's 'drop' is nothing to another person. You get these feelings because of the speed and how our ears work. Your cousin won't have experienced anything that I haven't and drops just don't happen.

Ignore her and enjoy your flight.  


ps  Don't you think I'd have put something on the CD 's about 'drops' if they existed? 


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